Robin Roberts and ABC News will bring viewers into the heart of “The Lion King”‘s timeless appeal and capture the excitement of the highly anticipated new film with the prime-time special “The Lion King: Can You Feel The Love Tonight with Robin Roberts.”
Join Broadway’s brightest stars as they present an exclusive concert, Disney on Broadway: A 25th Anniversary Celebration, in Hall D23 on Saturday, August 24, at 3:30 p.m.
What is your favorite Jasmine number? Mine is probably still DeeDee Mango’s lovely “To Be Free” that I feel best expresses the longing and frustration Jasmine originally showcased at her caged existence.
Margaret Le Fleur is “practically perfect” as a playful and lovable Mary Poppins full of heart. She is able to reach the high notes, dance with the chimney sweeps and melt your heart with her performance.
Leading lady Susan Egan (Belle) is just as enchanting as she must have been in 1994. Her voice as lush and dynamic as was forever captured on the Original Broadway Cast recording. Her acting just as spritely and playful as exhibited at the Tony Awards. The last 24 years have done nothing to dampen the original Belle’s allure.
I have to wonder does Disneyland have something against the disabled community? And as a last point, when was the last time you saw a cast member at Disneyland or Walt Disney World using a wheelchair or walker?
An afternoon spent at Thousand Oaks’ Tranquility Tea Room is sure to be a pleasurable one for all involving fragrant tea, delicious edibles and enchanting themed teas.